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The Hands-on Oral Surgery Course: Part 2

Wisdom Tooth Extraction

12 CE Core 2


C$2,999 + Taxes


2 days



14 Students per session


12 CE Core 2

About the Course

The Successful completion within one year of the course "The Hands-on Oral
Surgery Course: Part 1" is a mandatory requirement

Expand your knowledge and competence in advanced oral surgery techniques. And build on the knowledge acquired from the principal course, Learn from experts and specialists and actually complete hands-on wisdom extraction on high fidelity models and animal jaws. After this high intensity 2-day course, you have not only had built-up your clinical knowledge but gain confidence in the actual implication of these techniques. You will practice on 3D printed models along with animal jaws on a variety of real-world wisdom tooth extraction situations. All under the supervision of an oral maxillofacial surgeon, receive real day to day tips on how to identify and avoid common complications in this realm. With our hands-on education approach, we also aim to have you confidently transfer your newly learned oral surgery skills to practice. Learn the benefits and observe the harvesting and preparation of platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) for oral surgery application.


Learn from Experienced Professionals

  • Designed to make you feel comfortable and confident in private practice.

  • A full day of hands-on clinical experience from case selection to practicing surgery on high fidelity models and pig/sheep jaws 

Image of a X-ray showing a wisdom teeth

Course Requirements

List of pre requisites
  • Completion of "The Hands-on Oral Surgery Course: Part 1" 

Course Certificates

  • Certificate will be presented issuing 12 CE Core 2 with the RCDSO.

Course Director

Haissam A. Kanaan

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon

A head shot of a dentist in front of a white wall - Photo of Dr. Haissam Kannan, course director for the The Hands-on Surgery Part II Course.

Course Breakdown

Day 1 (Lecture)

  • Regional anatomy

  • Advanced imaging

  • Impaction classification

  • Indications for wisdom tooth extraction

  • Difficulty assessment

  • Case selection

  • When to refer

  • Local anesthesia

  • Risk assessment of nerve damage

  • Nerve damage management

  • Wisdom tooth extraction complication

  • Patient communication for wisdom tooth extraction

  • Informed consent and record keeping

  • Follow up protocol

  • Flap design for exodontia of wisdom teeth

  • Principles of wisdom teeth exodontia

  • Armamentarium

  • Suturing

  • PRF literature review

  • PRF harvesting

  • PRF dental application

Day 1 & 2 - 8:30am - 5pm

**Note: Orders of topic and locations are subject to change**

How does registration work?

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